Reviews and Problems with Microsoft LifeCam Studio
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Good Image Quality, Easy setup
Dear Dan the IT Guy, B&H Photo
15 May 2014
Excerpt: Very good image quality. Very easy to setup if you have windows 7 or 8. Just plug it in and the software automatically downloads and installs.Only problem that I think of is the lens cap is just soft rubber and doesnt fit very tightly. It tends to just fall out from time to time on its own.
Summary: My modest-expectations search for a low-maintenance cam is over. The intent was to find hardware with decent image quality, reasonably well-built, for video conferencing from a Windows 7 computer. I have no intent whatsoever to shoot movies or take stunning still pictures with it; but I absolutely wanted *not* having to mess around with drivers or configuration. This is a good plug-and-play cam that just works, and is supported in Skype, GoToMeeting, Hangouts, etc.
Excerpt: Purchased while on sale and I used my Staples rewards to bring the price down farther. Just plug it into the USB port on your computer and your able to webcam chat in no time. Cord is long enough to reach most anywhere you want to set it up. Approximately 6 feet long. Functions wel and clear in any lighted conditions. Adjusts itself to low light and bright light situations. Microphone works well and it is clear.